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  1. Two minutes per person
  2. 30 minutes
  1. 15 minutes for a 4 week sprint, 10 minutes for a 2 week sprint
  2. 15 minutes only
  1. Three
  2. Six plus or minus two
  1. Six plus or minus three
  2. Three
  1. Comprehensive documentation
  2. Top down management and tooling
  1. Processes and tools
  2. Contract negotiation
  1. Write a test, watch it fail, write some code, watch it pass
  2. All Acceptance tests must pass for a card to be considered complete
  1. All code that is checked in must be compiled against the master build and pass integration tests
  2. Tests determine the pace of development
  1. When all user stories assigned to the iteration are complete.
  2. When the Product Owner agrees that the goals of the iteration are met.
  1. When the iteration’s timebox is complete.
  2. When all tasks in the iteration have met the definition of done.
  1. The project manager
  2. The product owner
  1. The team
  2. The ScrumMaster
  1. Maintain a sustainable pace (a 40 hour work week)
  2. There is no code ownership to ensure that programmers do not have to maintain code indefinitely
  1. Assisting the welfare of another programmer through the use of paired programming
  2. Programmers should have a clear understanding of code standards to ensure their welfare.
  1. An enhancement made to existing functionality to address a new business requirement
  2. Adjustments made to existing code to improve its efficiency, structure or documentation without changing its end user functionality.
  1. A programming technique where two programmers work together to design a user story.
  2. None of the above.
  1. Performance
  2. Throughput
  1. Waste
  2. Time
  1. Work in progress
  2. Defects
  1. Lead Time
  2. Cycle Time
  1. Total Parity System
  2. Total Product Stories
  1. Toyota Production System
  2. Target Production System